Bulley's disappearance prompted huge online speculation - with local residents in St Michael's on Wyre hiring a private security firm to tackle amateur sleuths.
Nicola Bulley's partner, Paul Ansell, broke down in tears while giving evidence at the inquest into her death at Preston County Hall on Tuesday.
Mother-of-two Nicola Bulley, 45, went missing on 27 January while walking her dog in the village of St Michael’s on Wyre, Lancashire.
Curtis Arnold, 34, from Kidderminster, Worcestershire, posted a video of Nicola Bulley's body being removed from the River Wyre in Lancashire.
An officer from Lancashire Police faces investigation over the case of young mother Kiena Dawes, who took her own life last July.
MailOnline has been criticised for cutting out part of a statement from Nicola Bulley's family criticising newspapers.
Nicola Bulley's family have criticised the members of the press and public after confirmation her body had been found.
A former chief superintendent with Lancashire Police said some members of the public had pretended to be journalists in an attempt to take pictures of the body.
Peter Faulding said he was not prepared to be the 'fall guy' for the controversial investigation into the missing dog walker.
Police have said Nicola is likely to have fallen into the River Wyre, but that they are keeping an open mind in terms of two other theories.
Columnist Amanda Platell was denounced after she criticised Det Supt Rebecca Smith for wearing a "skin tight dress" and "stilettos".
Paul Joseph said the families of other missing people will be asking: 'Why didn’t we get this attention?'
Friday marked the three-week anniversary of mother-of-two Nicola Bulley’s disappearance. Here, Yahoo News UK provides a breakdown of the key developments from an extraordinary week.
'Scared' locals in the once quiet community of St.Michael on Wyre have made numerous reports of people attempting to get into their homes looking for the missing woman.
The missing dog walker made plans for the week ahead in the last known contact she had with a friend.
As police face a backlash after revealing missing woman's vulnerabilities and her family make a statement, Yahoo News UK breaks down the wider picture.
The window between Nicola's disappearance and her phone being found was long enough for someone else to have been involved, says Martyn Underhill